On Saturday, 22 August 2020, get ready for fabulous entertainment in Rochdale town centre.
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There will be live music across indoor venues, a main stage sponsored by the Flying Horse Hotel near Rochdale's world famous town hall, an extended food and drink village and other entertainment.
The times are as follows:
Cost: tickets costs £6 per person in advance. On the day entry will cost £10 per person, subject to availability.
We strongly advise you to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Buying tickets: you'll be able to buy tickets online. Tickets are not currently on sale due to the situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK. As soon as we have more information, we'll update this page.
You'll also be able to buy tickets in person at a number of locations in the borough.
Exchanging your ticket for a wristband: you'll need to exchange your ticket for a wristband before you can enter the festival. These will be available from Rochdale Town Hall from 11am on the day of the festival. You can show your ticket on your mobile device or a printed copy. Your wristband will allow you unlimited re-entry to and from the site.
Wristband information: to collect your wristband you can show your tickets on your mobile device or a printed copy.
Don’t lose or try to undo your wristband. They can’t be replaced and if they’ve been tampered with you may be asked to leave the festival.
When it's being put on don’t let it hang loosely around your wrist. Keep it snug.
Don’t cut it or tamper with it. If you lose your wristband and are outside the festival site, go to Rochdale Town Hall.
If you lose your wristband and are outside the festival site, go to Rochdale Town Hall. If you’re inside the site go to the entrance and ask for help.
Age policy: our main stage area is not suitable for young children after 4pm. All under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times, and unaccompanied under 18s will not be admitted. If an under 18 year old leaves the main stage area, re-entry will only be permitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Parents or guardians are responsible for the behaviour of their under 18s. Rochdale Feel Good Festival operates the ‘Challenge 25’ policy.
Entry to Rochdale Feel Good Festival
Searches: for security reasons, all visitors will be subject to searches of their bags and their person, so pack as light as you can and keep belongings to a minimum. No backpacks or large bags will be permitted. Small bags will be permitted (handbags under 40cm x 35cm x 19cm and drawstring or pump bags under 40 cm x 35cm x 19cm). Please cooperate with any security requests and all searches. The less you bring, the quicker you’ll get in. Please remember, food and drink is for sale on site so please support local businesses. Alcohol is not allowed to be taken into the festival, although it will be on sale.
Smoking and vaping: we want to create a welcoming environment for everyone so the Food and Drink Village will be a smoke and vape-free zone. Please help by not smoking or vaping in this area.